Index: What’s hot, what’s not

Royal wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who get married on May 19th. Photograph: Alexi Lubomirski/Courtesy of Kensington Palace

Royal wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who get married on May 19th. Photograph: Alexi Lubomirski/Courtesy of Kensington Palace

 

What’s Hot

The Back Nine
The Back Page pub, in Phibsborough in Dublin, has installed an indoor crazy golf course

dublincitymum.ie
A guide for parents looking for things to do and places to go with their kids in the capital

Kit de Waal
The author has another decent book out, The Trick to Time

Eneby
Ikea’s new fabric-covered Bluetooth speakers

Tennis films
Move over, Battle of the Sexes; it’s time for Borg vs McEnroe

Rhubarb
In season and in everything

Punchestown Festival
Giddy up

What’s Not

Heating bills
Thank you, endless winter

Coachella
A music festival suffering from a branding and posing overload

Starbucks
Wall Street projecting a lower share price in light of slow gift-card sales and competition from craft coffee businesses

The royal wedding
It’s happening. We get it!

Ruffles
Good for a moment, until our clothes start to look fussy, messy or both

Headphone cables
Are you starting to feel old-fashioned as Bluetooth headphones take over?

Tony Robbins
Massive fail for the self-help guru insensitive about the #MeToo movement

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